Adri vanderHoven is best known for her supporting role as Annette Jantjies, the estranged wife of Nathan Jantjies (Terrence Bridgett), in the SABC TV drama series 90 Plein Street 4.
In 2013 she appeared in Parrot Woman, written by award-winning playwright Charles. J Fourie. She portrayed the role of an Afrikaner woman held captive in a concentration camp during the Anglo-Boer war.
Other local television series she has acted in include Interrogation Room and Shooting Stars. Appearances in international films include On the Run 2017, To Be First (a BBC biopic about Prof Chris Barnard), Supernova and Dissonance.
The daughter of artist Boet vanderHoven, who worked in Switzerland and Austria, Adri qualified as private pilot with commercial flight theory at Lanseria Airport. She settled in Cape Town where she took part-time acting classes at City Varsity and ACT Cape Town Film Acting Academy.